shutter

listen to the pronunciation of shutter
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kepenk

Fırtına kepenkleri takırdattı. - The storm rattled the shutters.

Kepenkleri kapatın ve perdeleri çekin. Mümkün olduğu kadar az ışık olmalıdır. - Close the shutters and draw the curtains. There must be as little light as possible.

panjur

Uzakta, sesler, panjurların çarpması ve köpeklerin havlaması duyulabilir. - In the distance can be heard voices, the slamming of shutters, and the barking of dogs.

pancuru
radyatör kapağı
optüratör
(Fotoğrafçılık) örtücü
(Sinema) obturator
indirmek
panjur ya da kepenkleri kapatmak
{f} kepenk kapa
objektif kapağı
kapayıcı
pancurla örtmek
{i} foto. obtüratör, örtücü
obtüratör/kepenk/panjur
{f} kepenkleri kapamak
(Nükleer Bilimler) pnömatik kutu
foto objektif kapağı
{i} fotoğraf makinesi kapağı
kapayıcı,v.kepenk kapa: n.kepenk
{i} beton kalıbı
kepenk takmak
{i} kapak
{f} kapamak
kepenk tak
perde

Kepenkleri kapatın ve perdeleri çekin. Mümkün olduğu kadar az ışık olmalıdır. - Close the shutters and draw the curtains. There must be as little light as possible.

kepengi
enstantene
shutter button
(Fotoğrafçılık) deklanşör
shutter release
(Fotoğrafçılık) deklanşör
shutter speed
(Televizyon) enstantane hızı
shutter speed
(Fotoğrafçılık) örtücü hızı
shutter speed
poz süresi
shutter speed
obtüratör hızı
shutter spring
kepenk yayı
shutter arm
gaz kısma kolu
shutter contact
sürgü kontağı
shutter face
pancur yüzeyi
shutter half
yarım sürgü
shutter housing
sürgü yuvası
shutter housing cover
sürgü yuvası kapağı
shutter shaft
sürgü mili
shutter speed
foto. poz süresi
shutter valve
(Otomotiv) sürgü valf
shutter weir
kapaklı regülatör
inspection shutter
bakma camı klepe kapağı
shutter speed
(Bilgisayar) objektif hızı
shutter speed
(Bilgisayar) perde hızı
shuttering
kalıp
shuttering
(Askeri) tutucu
press the shutter
deklanşöre basmak
shuttering
beton kalıbı
air shutter
Brülöre giren birincil hava miktarını düzenlemekte kullanılan ayarlanabilir cihaz
drop shutter
damla çekim
radiator shutter
radyatör panjuru
adjustable shutter
ayarlı havalandırma deliği
adjustable shutter
ayarlı panjur
adjustable shutter
döner kanatlar
boxing shutter
katlanır kepenk
choke shutter
jikle sürgüsü
defroster shutter
buz çözücü sürgüsü
falling shutter weir
devrilir kapaklı bağlama
fling open the shutter
panjuru kaldırmak
fling open the shutter
panjuru açmak
heater shutter
ısıtıcı kapağı
louvered shutter
panjur kilidi
partial shutter
bölümsel kapak
press the shutter
foto. deklanşöre basmak
shuttered
sürgülenmiş
shuttered
kepenkleri kapanmış
shuttered
kepenkleri indirilmiş
sliding shutter
disket surgusu
variable shutter
(Sinema) değişir örtücü
window shutter
pancur
window shutter
kepenk
Englisch - Englisch
Protective panels, usually wooden, placed over windows to block out the light
To close up a building for a prolonged period of inoccupancy

It took all day to shutter the cabin now that the season has ended.

The part of a camera that opens for a controlled period of time to let light in during taking a picture
To close the shutters

Shutter the windows, there's a storm coming!.

{n} one who shuts, a cover for a window
a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
{i} hinged cover for a window or door; part of a camera which opens and closes to allow light to pass through the lens and reach the film (Photography)
A movable cover for an opening In photography, that opening is the lens - more specifically, the aperture The shutter blocks the passage of light traveling through the lens to the film when it is closed, and allows light to reach the film when it is open Shutters are composed of blades, a curtain, a plate or another movable cover They control the amount of time that light is allowed to pass through the opening to reach the film
Mechanical system used to control the time that light is allowed to act on a sensitive emulsion
The device in the camera that opens and closes to let light from the scene strike the image sensor and expose the image The three primary types used in digital photography are digital shutters, iris shutters and focal plane shutters
a hinged blind for a window
Usually lightweight louvered or flush wood or nonwood frames in the form of doors located at each side of a window Some are made to close over the window for protection; others are fastened to the wall as a decorative device
Mechanism that opens and closes at specified intervals in order to allow light to pass through the lens
A device mounted either in front of, or behind, the lens in a camera to turn on or off light to the film plane to top
A device in a profile spot which can alter or change the beam of light
One who shuts or closes
A mechanical device of various forms, attached to a camera for opening and closing to expose the plate
A light-tight barrier that can be opened for a range of timed intervals to allow light from the lens to act on the film In an SLR the shutter is situated just in front of the focal plane; in a compact camera the shutter is more usually situated inside the lens
A movable cover or screen for a window, designed to shut out the light, to obstruct the view, or to be of some strength as a defense; a blind
An electronic circuit available on many CCD cameras Allowing the light gathering period (1/50th of a second) of the camera to be stopped prematurely (as little as 1/100,000th of a second
the part of a camera that blocks the path of light between the lens and the film The most common type of shutter is a focal plane shutter
The beautiful casing that encloses and renders plas balls harmless
Shutter in place during preflash or INTFLAT
Blades, a curtain, plate, or some other movable cover in a camera that controls the time during which light reaches the film
A removable cover, or a gate, for closing an aperture of any kind, as for closing the passageway for molten iron from a ladle
A hinged movable cover, usually of wood, for a window or door
A movable cover for a window used for protection from weather and intruders
Shutters are wooden or metal covers fitted on the outside of a window. They can be opened to let in the light, or closed to keep out the sun or the cold. She opened the shutters and gazed out over village roofs. to close a business, office etc for a short time or permanently
{f} close off with shutters; install shutters; shut down, close (temporarily or permanently)
close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"
A device in the camera that opens and closes to expose the film to light for a measured amount of time
The camera's shutter works with its aperture to create an exposure The shutter is like a curtain over a window When it's open, light comes into the lens and hits the camera's sensor or film A camera with a fast shutter can capture fast-moving action If the shutter opens and closes too slowly, the action will be blurred A camera's shutter speed is measured in thousandths of a second
A wood assembly of stiles and rails to form a frame that encloses panels used in conjunction with door and window frames Also may consist of vertical boards cleated together
a hinged blind for a window a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool
A movable cover or screen to cover a window or door opening
The device in the camera that opens and closes to let light from the scene strike the image sensor and expose the image
Metal flags used within a luminaire to shape the beam
Device used to shut the neutron beam D4 has two shutters The primary shutter (PS) is placed between the neutron source and the monochromator The secondary shutter (SS) is placed between the monochromator and the monitor Both of them are controlled by boxes beside the entrance to the zone To have access to the zone you must have at least the SS closed When you remove the door´s key from their box, the SS automatically closes and there is no neutrons in the zone For long interventions, the PS must be also closed
The shutter in a camera is the part which opens to allow light through the lens when a photograph is taken. There are a few things you should check before pressing the shutter release
Blades, a curtain, a plate, or some other movable cover in a camera which controls the time which light reaches the film
In a focal plane shutter, a set of curtains travels past the film gate and allows light to strike the film within a set period of time A leaf shutter is located within the lens itself
A mechanism that opens and closes to admit light into a camera for a measured length of time
shutter speed
The duration of time for which the shutter of a camera remains open when exposing photographic film or other photosensitive material to light for the purpose of recording an image

Shutter speeds are usually measured in seconds or fractions of a second, and are typically arranged in a sequence that includes 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15 , 1/30 , 1/60 , 1/125 , 1/250 and 1/500.

shutter speed
the length of time the "shutter" is open and allows light into the sensor or CCD
shutter speed
The length of time the (mechanical) shutter is open and light strikes the image sensor It also applies to systems with electronic shutter but here the control is just a digital signal
shutter speed
The length of time the shutter opens to let light pass through the lens to the focal plane
shutter speed
The time (normally set in fractions of a second) the shutter mechanism effectively allows the film to receive light
shutter speed
Any of a series of timed intervals, often ranging from 1sec to 1/2000 sec, during which the shutter is open and light from the lens can act on the film
shutter speed
TOP How fast the camera's shutters open Determines how long the film is exposed for
shutter speed
An element of exposure; the duration of time in which light is allowed to strike the film
shutter speed
- The camera’s shutter speed is a measurement of how long its shutter remains open as the picture is taken The slower the shutter speed, the longer the exposure time When the shutter speed is set to 1/125 or simply 125, this means that the shutter will be open for exactly 1/125th of one second The shutter speed and aperture together control the total amount of light reaching the sensor Some digital cameras have a shutter priority mode that allows you to set the shutter speed to your liking See also aperture
shutter speed
How long the shutter is open (1/1000 of a second to 1 second or more)
shutter speed
The length of time the window in the lens stays open to let light through to the film
shutter speed
The length of time the lens window stays open to let light through to the film
shutter speed
is the speed at which the charge is read out from the CCD chip The factory setting is 1/50 sec (PAL) or 1/60 sec (NTSC) and can be increased up to 1/500,000 sec depending upon the camera brand It can be changed by using dip switches or in some cases by the in built menu in the camera
shutter speed
The length of time the shutter is open and light strikes the image sensor
shutter speed
- The camera's shutter speed is a measurement of how long its shutter remains open as the picture is taken The slower the shutter speed, the longer the exposure time When the shutter speed is set to 1/125 or simply 125, this means that the shutter will be open for exactly 1/125th of one second The shutter speed and aperture together control the total amount of light reaching the sensor Some digital cameras have a shutter priority mode that allows you to set the shutter speed to your liking See also aperture
drop shutter
{i} folding blind
shuttered
provided with shutters or shutters as specified; often used in combination; "a church with a shuttered belfry and spire"; "green-shuttered cottages"
shuttered
A shuttered window, room, or building has its shutters closed. I opened a shuttered window
shuttered
A shuttered window, room, or building has shutters fitted to it. green-shuttered colonial villas. with closed shutters, or having shutters
shuttered
{s} closed off with shutters
shuttered
Furnished with shutters
shuttered
provided with shutters or shutters as specified; often used in combination; "a church with a shuttered belfry and spire"; "green-shuttered cottages
shutters
plural of shutter
shutter
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